HC Deb 05 July 1939 vol 349 cc1321-2W
Mr. R. C. Morrison

asked the Minister of Transport whether he is aware that the

Captain Wallace

The following is the answer:

newly installed traffic lights at Seven Sisters Corner, Tottenham, are arranged in a manner which makes it difficult and dangerous for pedestrians to cross the road, and in view of the fact that the pedestrian crossing has been removed and the point duty constable withdrawn, will he have investigations made with a view to a rearrangement of the timing of the lights

Captain Wallace

The layout of the roads at this junction is such that the signal installation has to be of a particularly complicated character and I have already arranged to have its operation kept under close observation with a view to such alterations being made as experience may show to be necessary. I am advised that no pedestrian crossing has been discontinued, but that one crossing has been moved nearer to the signals.